Lance Bass Denies Andy Cohen’s Sex Claims

Lance Bass has denied Andy Cohen’s claims that the pair had sex, while at the same time trying to keep some level of decorum as he gave his version of events.

Bass admitted that he did have an intimate encounter with the television personality and executive producer of The Real Housewives; however, he insisted that they didn’t actually go all the way.

Bass made the comments while talking on his Sirius XM radio show Dirty Pop, via USA Today, and he tried to set the record straight.

“First of all, I’m not going to tell you what I do in the bedroom… Sex is a broad term… like ‘Andy banged Lance’ – when did he ever say that? This is an old story. Three years ago we told everyone we hooked up… Now it’s getting into who did who? I can just tell you right now, there was no (intercourse)… I’m not going to tell you what went down… but it’s not what people are thinking.”

Lance Bass didn’t seem too annoyed about Cohen’s remarks though, as he admitted that he still has fond memories about his time together with Cohen. In fact, he even went on to explain how their relationship began.

“It just happened that Andy was with me on this vacation. It was so nice and romantic and it was just a nice time. It was one of those thing s where I needed someone to hold onto.”

In fact, Bass admitted that he and Cohen are still close friends, and he explained that it would be way too peculiar for the pair to even consider having sex. Especially since, you know, Bass has been married to Michael Turchin since December 2014.

“We’re too great of friends to ever [have sex],” Bass remarked, before adding. “We didn’t know each other that well [back then]. It was like, ‘Ah, I wonder if I could date this guy?’ It was that kind of thing.”

This entire incident began after Andy Cohen was asked during his appearance of Watch What Happens Live by Sonja Morgan about his sexual past.

Cohen was asked by Morgan about who the most famous person he’s ever had sex with is, and at this point he declared that it was Bass. You can check out Andy Cohen’s entire discussion with Morgan below.

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